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Roycie Roller
 Not sure if this has been covered, but is there a way to link 2 CTL-1's to create an 8-step sequencer, other than clocking the 2nd with a row from the 1st? (i can't quite work out if that would actually work)
Ekofisk
 I don't think there is a way to do this with just 2 CTL-1s, but Tom will have the definitive answer. I have however done it with a sequential switch and a divider. Have both CTL1s sent to two inputs on the switch and send clock divided by 4 to sequential switch clock in (master clock to both CTL1s) . The sequential switch will now switch between the two CTL1s every 4th step. Does it make any sense?
Roycie Roller
 Ekofisk wrote: I don't think there is a way to do this with just 2 CTL-1s, but Tom will have the definitive answer. I have however done it with a sequential switch and a divider. Have both CTL1s sent to two inputs on the switch and send clock divided by 4 to sequential switch clock in (master clock to both CTL1s) . The sequential switch will now switch between the two CTL1s every 4th step. Does it make any sense?

Very interesting, thanks!
You've explained it well.

At the moment i don't have a 2nd ctl-1, or sequential switch & divider, so i can't try it, but i'm happy it can be done.
BugBrand
 Ekofisk wrote: I don't think there is a way to do this with just 2 CTL-1s, but Tom will have the definitive answer. I have however done it with a sequential switch and a divider. Have both CTL1s sent to two inputs on the switch and send clock divided by 4 to sequential switch clock in (master clock to both CTL1s) . The sequential switch will now switch between the two CTL1s every 4th step. Does it make any sense?

Yeah, that's the way to do it (though I've never done it myself due to severe lack of the required bits!). I guess the lack of any link-ability was a bit of an oversight!
darenager
 Diggin' this up
Ekofisk
 I'm thinking it might even fit in 1U.
Roycie Roller
BugBrand wrote:
 Ekofisk wrote: I don't think there is a way to do this with just 2 CTL-1s, but Tom will have the definitive answer. I have however done it with a sequential switch and a divider. Have both CTL1s sent to two inputs on the switch and send clock divided by 4 to sequential switch clock in (master clock to both CTL1s) . The sequential switch will now switch between the two CTL1s every 4th step. Does it make any sense?

Yeah, that's the way to do it (though I've never done it myself due to severe lack of the required bits!). I guess the lack of any link-ability was a bit of an oversight!

How 'bout an 8-step version?
Roycie Roller
 darenager wrote: Diggin' this up

Nice!
mirri
 Nice!
darenager
 Yeah I reckon a 8 step version in 1fw would probably be better, and if it could step vertically as well, maybe with reset inputs it could be a crazy sequencer combo, especially when combined with some of the other clock stuff that is coming
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